The RSPCA is appealing for information after a dog wandered off the metro at Gateshead station alone with a suspected stab wound.
The male brindle and white Staffordshire bull terrier was spotted by staff who called us at around midday on Saturday (12 January).
RSPCA inspector Rowena Proctor said: “The poor boy was crying out, whimpering and clearly in some distress.
“He had a one inch wound to his back, which was infected.
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An elderly Staffordshire bull terrier has been found abandoned amid black bags and a towel down a Maesteg lane.
RSPCA Cymru has launched an appeal for information after the lethargic dog was found in a very poor state, struggling to walk, emaciated and with a growth to the body.
A member of the public found the dog at approximately 11.20am on Wednesday (16 May).
RSPCA officers fear the Staffy, who was wearing a leather studded collar, may have been dumped … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a dog was found wandering around South Shields in a suffering state.
The black and white male dog, thought to be a Staffy/Border collie cross, was found straying near to the shops on Whiteleas Way on Tuesday 20 March and handed to the dog warden.
He is very thin and suffering from the skin condition demodectic mange.
RSPCA Deputy Chief Inspector (DCI) Helen Nedley said: “This poor dog’s spine, hips … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is making a last ditch appeal to try to find the owner of a dog who died at the vets after being brought in by someone who said they had seen her being kicked and rescued her.
The 10 year old black female Staffy – called ‘Kara’ according to her microchip – was taken to a vet practice in Wallsend on 15 November with breathing difficulties, and died shortly afterwards. She also had large mammary tumours.
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The RSPCA is appealing for information after two dogs were found roaming the streets in poor condition in Northumberland.
The dogs – a female brindle and white lurcher and an entire male Staffordshire bull terrier – were wandering around in Lynemouth on Tuesday 20 February.
RSPCA inspector Helen Bestwick said: “A member of the public found the lurcher at 4.45am on Bridge Road.
“At 5.30am they found the staffy on Sea View, which is at the end of … Continue reading…